Back in December, It was reported that the Ministry of Home Affairs invoked Section 69(1) of the Information Technology Act and ordered 10 central agencies to monitor, intercept and decrypt information generated, transmitted or stored in any computer in India. Following the development, the Supreme Court, on Monday, agreed to hear PILs challenging the Home Ministry’s order and demanding a stay on the same. The PILs allege that the order giving 10 central agencies the power to snoop on any electronic communication in India is a violation of the right to privacy.
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